#30 Concept:Lesson 30 – Scribal O
Our Concept Story: The Scribal O explains the short u sound that is spelled with an o before v, m, n, and th. According to the Scribal O story, these words were once spelled with u. However, the u was difficult to read in the flowing script, so scribes inserted a small cap above the u. The printing press interpreted this as an o.
Here is the list of words your child should practice reading and spelling all week for the dictation test that will be given on Friday:
Challenge Words (These words are optional for all students unless circled then they are required.)